The revamped gameplay and expanded story of Resident Evil 4 only add depth and ease of play to a fantastic game that already knew how to scare its players.
While I wish there were more to the story, Papetura achieves what it was made to be: an atmospheric experience.
Destiny 2: Lightfall has gotten a lot of flak, but one of the best parts about it is the first non-binary character in the franchise—Nimbus!
While “Lightfall” doesn’t quite hit the mark, it does have some highlights to balance out the disappointments.
Scars Above has its ups and downs but offers fun gameplay with interesting mechanics in an alien world that is equal parts beautiful and dangerous.
Deliver Us Mars delivers an excellent story and character development but finds its pitfalls in the graphics, puzzles, and linearity.
Forspoken struggles with its side quests and technical decisions but impresses with the excellent gameplay and character interactions.
It’s been a big year for horror games, so to round up the best of the year, we’ve pulled together our Top Horror Games of 2022.